Future of Wireless International Conference 2011 Dated
The third Future of Wireless International Conference from 27 – 28 June 2011 in Cambridge will focus on the theme of 'Networks under Stress'. Organised by Cambridge Wireless, the conference will address stress issues for mobile networks, resulting from the phenomenal success and growth of mobile broadband services. Under the acronym of C.R.A.S.H. – Capacity, Resilience, Accessibility, Security and High-expectations, technical and commercial issues will be explored such as the need to restructure value chains and reinvent wireless business models, as well as considerations for the planning and provisioning of major events that put networks under stress including 2012.
Cambridge Wireless has announced an impressive line-up of keynote speakers from industry and academia that includes Enrico Salvatori, Senior VP and President, QCT Europe; Matthew Postgate, Controller BBC Research & Development; KanwarChadha, Chief Marketing Officer, Cambridge Silicon Radio; Andy Sutton, Principal Architect Network, Everything Everywhere; Professor Ed Candy from Three; Mike Walker, Vodafone Fellow and Executive Technical Advisor; Myles MacBean, Vice President & General Manager, Disney Online at Disney EMEA; and Donna Bethea Murphy, VP of Regulatory Engineering, Iridium.
Along with the keynotes, the 2011 Future of Wireless Conference includes hands-on workshops, facilitated brainstorms, panels, business matching, exhibition zones and the innovation hothouse, which will provide wireless start-ups with a pitching platform.
The 2011 Future of Wireless International Conference at St John's College Cambridge will build on the success of last year's event that attracted over 300 delegates, sponsors and exhibitors.
Full list of confirmed speakers:
Matthew Postgate, Controller BBC Research & Development; Dr TapaniRyhänen, Laboratory Director, Nokia Research Centre; Mike Walker, Vodafone Fellow and Executive Technical Advisor, ex-Group R&D Development Director; Michael Reilly, Director, Orange Healthcare; Professor Ed Candy, 3; Andy Sutton, Principal Architect Network, Everything Everywhere; Myles MacBean, Vice President & General Manager, Disney Online at Disney EMEA; Mark Adams, Director, Principal Architect, Northrop Grumman Information Systems; HampusJakobsson, Research in Motion (RIM); William Webb, Member, Ofcom Spectrum Advisory Board; KanwarChadha, Chief Marketing Officer and Board Member of Cambridge Silicon Radio; Donna Bethea Murphy, VP of Regulatory Engineering, Iridium; Paul Green, Marketing & Technology Director, Arkessa; and Rory Cellan-Jones, BBC Technology correspondent at the BBC will be providing the gala dinner talk.
Cambridge Wireless is also grateful for the support of its conference partners, UKTI, Digital Communications KTN, and Discovering Start-Ups, along with its sponsors; Qualcomm, Canadian High Commission, Rohde & Schwarz, The Technology Partnership (TTP), Broadcom, Cambridge Consultants and Aeroflex.
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